PhysioCamp Virtual Pre-Health Symposium

Online, free, and open to all, the PhysioCamp Summer Pre-Health Symposium is an exciting learning opportunity for anyone interested in healthcare. We are honored to have working professionals from various health fields come and speak. 

Register below and join us on Saturday, July 30, 2022, at 2 pm EST.

Keynote Speaker:

Lisa A. Moreno-Walton, MD, MS, MSCR, FAAEM, FACEP, FIFEM

Associate Dean for Diversity and Inclusion (ECU)

Professor, Department of Emergency Medicine (ECU)

Panelists:

Panelists: Jennifer Awuku, MD  PGY1 Pathology Resident at the Baylor College of Medicine in Houston, Texas. Christopher C. Potts, DMD Doctor of Dental Medicine and president of the Wayne County Dental Society. Goldsboro, North Carolina. Jason Luc PT, DPT Outpatient Physical Therapist at Tufts Medical Center in Boston, Massachusetts. Anthony Mitchell, MHA 4th Year Optometry Student at Indiana University in Bloomington, Indiana. Julia Ni, RN, BSN Registered Nurse at Banner-University Medical Center in Tucson, Arizona.

Symposium Abstract Submission

The PhysioCamp Summer Pre-Health Symposium is an opportunity for undergraduate and graduate students to submit abstracts — and later, posters — of their research, quality improvement, public health, or community projects. Any area of study, and any topic is accepted, as we encourage all undergraduate and graduate students to participate! The submitted research poster will be reviewed by a panel of PhysioCamp selected healthcare professionals. Awards and honorary mentions will be made at the PhysioCamp Pre-Health 2022 Symposium on July 30th at 2:00pm EST!

Submission Details Below

Details on directions for how abstract submissions should be written can be found at the link below or in the PhysioCamp Symposium Submission Form.

Abstract Guidelines

What You Can Gain From This Experience

At PhysioCamp, we encourage students to participate in research they are passionate about. With that, we want to see all students thrive and have the opportunity to discuss and share what they have learned. We offer this as a way to encourage research, as well as a welcoming and accepting platform for the research to be shared. The submitted project abstracts will be reviewed by a panel of healthcare professionals selected by PhysioCamp. Awards and Honorary Mentions will be made at the PhysioCamp Pre-Health Symposium.